SAICA offers three reputable professional accounting and business designations from a foundational to a strategic level of accounting and business competence –

Accounting Technician [AT(SA)], Associate General Accountant [AGA(SA)] and Chartered Accountant [CA(SA)].

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SAICA NEWS: Worldwide adoption of IFRS on track, Sir David tells SAICA

SAICA was recently privileged to host Sir David Tweedie, chairman of the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), and two IASB members, Warren McGregor and Bob Garnett (a member of SAICA), along with representatives of the National Standard Setters (NSSs). Sir David has, of course, visited us previously; but this occasion was especially promising, given the…

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TECHNICAL: ACCOUNTING

Enhanced Disclosures about Financial Instruments The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) has issued amendments to IFRS 7(AC 144) – Financial Instruments: Disclosures, aimed at improving transparency in the disclosures about financial instruments. These amendments form part of the IASB’s response to the credit crisis and are effective for annual periods beginning on or after 1…

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SAICA NEWS: Benefits to members of SAICA for being a member of CAGE

For some years now, SAICA has enjoyed global reciprocity with six Chartered Accountancy bodies and one CPA body. And today, it is a founder member of the Chartered Accountants’ Group of Eight (CAGE), together with: • Australia (ICCA); • Canada (CICA); • England and Wales (ICAEW); • Hong Kong; • Ireland (ICAI); • New Zealand…

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THE WORLDWIDE CREDIT CRISIS: IS IT A PUBLIC ACCOUNTING CRISIS?

 A thought leadership issue Governments across the world have reacted to the credit crisis by committing to large scale economic stimulus packages, which include bringing forward infrastructure projects, making tax cuts, providing liquidity to key industrial sectors, guaranteeing bank loans, purchasing assets, injecting capital and, in some cases, nationalising banks or insurance companies. Stimulus packages…

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